"SHOWS HOW MODERN CAR TAKES ADVANTAGE OF MAN'S SEEING MECHANISM, REDUCING BLIND SPOTS OF STRUCTURE & GIVING HIM FLAWLESS GLASS TO SEE THRU. FISH, BIRDS & ANIMALS ARE PROTECTED BY GOOD SEEING MECHANISMS. TARSIUS SPECTRUM SHOWN FOR FIRST TIME ON FILM."
Two men in a fishing boat start discussing the eyesight of a hawk and a fish. Scientists in a lab are also concerned with the eyesight of various animals in comparison to human eyesight, such as the tarsier and hawk, and are shown using a type of microscope to examine the eyesight of a guinea pig. Scientists set up a camera with different lenses in an automobile to allow the left eye vision and the right eye vision to eliminate completely the center post of the vehicle from the driver's line of view. Secondly, they simulate the eyesight of a tarsier and a fish in the driver's seat which enables them to demonstrate the 360 degree visibility of the Chevrolet.
Two men fishing in a row boat, one man standing and smoking a pipe
A hawk flying
Man holding a trout in his hand
Close-up of a trout being held, gasping for air
Close-up of the eye of a hawk
Close-up of a guinea pig
Scientists in lab coats looking at a guinea pig with seeing instrument
Sign, "SPECTRAL TARSIER, TARSIUS SPECTRUM"
A scientist removing a tarsier from a cage, placing it on a small tree
Close-up of the tarsier being held in one hand
Close-up of human eyes (woman's eyes)
Woman getting an eye test with machinery
Woman typing while two scientists look on
Shot of wind vent of automobile
Animation from above a car on the road
The elimination of the corner post of an automobile
Close-up of the eyes of a tarsier
CHEVROLET AUTOMOBILES ADVERTISING TRANSPORTATION SIGHT SEEING EYES SENSES VISION VISUAL PERCEPTION BLIND SPOTS GLASS TRANSPARENCY FISH BIRDS ANIMALS DOCTORS PHYSICIANS FISHERMEN FISHING SPECTRAL TARSIER TARSIUS SPECTRUM MUSCLE SCIENCE PHYSIOLOGY BIOLOGY Chevrolet Motor Company (sponsor) Automobiles Vision Perception Eyes Senses Tarsus spectrum Spectral tarsus Primates
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